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May 14, 1999

  • NEWS: It's All About Party Unity!

    Nassau County Democratic Party Chairman Thomas P. DiNapoli has only been at his post a short time, but already things are happening. And the results are all positive for Nassau's Democrats. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: DiNapoli and Balboni Joint Initiative

    Recognizing that a law to curb the access of children to graphically violent video games is "only one piece of a complex puzzle," in an interview with the Great Neck Record, Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli discussed the intent of a bill that he and Senator Michael Balboni are co-sponsoring. While the exact language of the bill is being developed, the three main objectives are to have an independent rating system as to the violent content of all CD-ROM and video arcade games, to restrict children's access to those games deemed too violent for their age, and to establish a fund for violence awareness and prevention programs for students, teachers and parents. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Baseball Rebounds, and Looks to Playoffs

    After being swept by Levittown Division HS to end the month of April, the Rebel varsity hardball team had a three game series versus New Hyde Park. Game one was postponed due to wet field conditions, which allowed South to host the opener. On Wednesday, May 5, Matthew Brustien toed the rubber, in an effort to break the three game slide. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tennis Players Can Meet Their Match With UCF

    Calling all lovers of tennis! Now you can meet players at your level, and have some great competition. If you lose in the first or second round, you get to play a consolation match. All this for $40. If you enter two brackets, the third is free. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Our School Budget Deserves Our Support!
  • OPINION: Off The Record



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